A Delhi court today refused to hear the interim bail plea of Vinay Kumar, one of the accused in the December 16 gang rape case, saying it has “no jurisdiction”. Kumar wanted bail to appear in an examination.
Facing cross-examination for the third day, the woman investigating officer who had initially probed the December 16 gang-rape case, on Thursday refuted the allegation of the accused that the victim’s friend was brought to the police station to see them so that he could identify them later.
In a huge boost to the Delhi Police, which is demanding death sentence for four accused in the December 16, 2012 gang rape case, all the 80 witnesses have stood by their statements in the fast track court.
Three accused in the December 16 Delhi gangrape case were today identified in a special court in Delhi by the lady police officer, the prime witness, who had arrested them hours after the heinous crime.
The commencement of arguments on framing of charges in a robbery case involving the December 16 gang rape accused was fixed for July 10 by a Delhi court on Tuesday.
A fast-track court on Saturday said it cannot examine an Investigating Officer (IO) of the December 16 gang rape case in the absence of the accused.
The condition of one of the six December 16 Delhi gang rape accused - Vinay Sharma - who is undergoing treatment at Lok Nayak Hospital is stable. Trick to stifle the trial
A special court today directed the Tihar jail authorities to provide proper medical care to one of the December 16 gangrape accused, who is not keeping well and has been hospitalised for last several days.
A Delhi Police official on Tuesday told a special court that the bus in which the 23-year-old physiotherapist was gangraped on December 16 was identified by the victim’s friend. The main accused Ram Singh was arrested from the vehicle itself, he said.
Refuting the claims by two of the six accused in the December 16 gangrape case, the victim’s male friend on Monday told the court that both Mukesh and Vinay Sharma were in the bus when the incident took place.
She was savagely gangraped by six men on December 16 in a moving bus in South Delhi and succumbed on December 29. If she had lived, she would’ve been celebrating her 24th birthday today. Darpan Singh
reports. In the run-up to justice | Reality check
The process to bring the alleged perpetrators of the horrific Delhi gangrape to justice has entered its last lap with a special court at Saket holding day-to-day hearing, having already examined 73 of the 80 witnesses in the case. Harish V Nair reports.
The male friend of the Delhi gangrape victim -- the only eye-witness in the case -- had a tough time in the court on Thursday, fielding objectionable questions from the defence lawyers about his relationship with the 24-year-old paramedic. HT reports.
Tihar Jail authorities today filed a complaint in a fast track court in New Delhi alleging misconduct and gross violation of rules by one of the December 16 Delhi gangrape accused who in turn claimed that jail officials are regularly beating him up.
With the trial in the Delhi gang-rape case "almost 90% complete", the court verdict is expected to come by the end of May, Delhi Police commissioner Neeraj Kumar said.